New EIDW Stream?

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New EIDW Stream?

Post by Rallye EIBFP »

There is a new Dublin stream up and running, anyone here streaming it?

Its good anyway.

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Post by alphaLaura »

You mean the one listed here? - http://liveatc.net/feedindex.php?type=international
I'm hopping between Dublin and EINN right now.
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Post by Dutch Roll »

ya im on dub now

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Post by Pilot »

Don't let this put you off flying from Dublin.

It's extremely confusing, as delivery, ground, tower and approach frequencies all seem to be included here. So you're hearing bits of a number of different conversations, and not hearing all of any of them.

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I agree

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It does get confusing sometimes alright! Image
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Post by Rallye EIBFP »

Not half as bad as my stream

Shannon Tower 118.70 Mhz
Shannon Ground 121.80 Mhz
Shannon Area Control 124.70 Mhz
Shannon Control 119.075Mhz
Shannon Area Control (Cork) 127.50 Mhz
Shannon High Level (Sota Sector) 135.60 Mhz
Shannon High Level (Sota Sector) 135.22 Mhz
Shannon High Level (Above SNN) 134.27 Mhz
Shannon High Level (Above DUB) 132.15 Mhz
Shannon Approach Radar 121.40 Mhz
Coonagh Traffic (When Active) 129.90 Mhz
Cork Approach (Aircraft Only) 119.90 Mhz
Shannon Clearance (Oceanic Only) 121.70 Mhz
Shanwick Radio (VHF) 127.90 Mhz
Shanwick Radio Clearance 123.95 Mhz
Shanwick Radio 127.65 Mhz
Shanwick Radio 135.52 Mhz

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Post by Pilot »

What's the point?

You could never follow so many frequencies at once, given that you're not hearing all the exchanges.

I'd have thought it much more useful to follow just one frequency, and if you wanted, rotate the frequency each day.

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Post by Cosmic »

Wow, thats pretty cool. I have never listened into ATC streams before, very cool.

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Post by alphaLaura »

Pilot - I couldn't agree with you more. I usually just stay with Approach or Tower, and when things slow down, I can switch between the two to follow a specific aircraft. EIDW seemed far too chaotic... One of the main points of listening in on ATC stream like that is so that you improve (whether you know it or not) your radiotelephony skills. If you're hearing fragments from all frequencies, you're not getting the full picture / process of how radio calls take place.

Okay, *climbs off soapbox*...
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Post by danelane2000 »

I agree also with all said here, it is too confusing listening to them, usually on my cork stream i have TWR, APP, GND on but when it gets really really busy i only leave on approach...because that is the stronger of the frequencies that i get...

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Post by StephenM »

1 steam 1 frequency, I'll say no more :roll:

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Post by Rallye EIBFP »

Well take 124.70, 127.50 and 119.175- they are all the same thing. The scanner just picks up the stronger signal of the three.

The twr in EINN is having alot of technical problems at the moment so that is why I am not picking them up. :cry:

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Post by alphaLaura »

Patrick - and I thought it was my imagination that .9 was stronger, lol!
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Post by StephenM »

Well I know there is a relay up here, and 119.075 is what I pick up best, that's more than likely it.

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